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    Brief Narrative
    Italian/Tedesco dictionary with which Irena Ehlrich vel Sluzny learned Italian in the slave labor camp in Berlin in 1943-1945. Within two months, Irena became a translator for which she was rewarded with an additional ladle of soup at the end of the day. Irena Ehrlich vel Sluszny (now Urdang de Tour), her parents, Felicia and Seweryn, and younger sister, Danuta, were confined to the Warsaw ghetto in 1940. In March 1943, 19 year old Irena escaped to the Christian sector of Warsaw. April 1943 brought the Warsaw ghetto uprising and its violent suppression by the Germans, with mass deportations of all Jews in Warsaw and the annihilation of the ghetto. Her father, aged 39, was killed during the uprising. Her mother and 14 year old sister escaped and were hidden for the rest of the war by Juana Dylag. Irena was deported to a slave labor camp in Berlin. Felicia, Danuta, and Irena were reunited in Warsaw after the war. From 1945-1947, they were in the Bindermichl displaced persons camp in Linz, Austria. They emigrated to the United States on the SS Marine Perch in 1947.
    Italian/Tedesco dictionary
    publication/distribution:  1931
    publication: Berlin (Germany)
    Credit Line
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Irena Urdang deTour
    Publisher: Langenscheidt

    Physical Details

    German Italian
    Object Type
    Dictionaries (lcsh)
    Physical Description
    Italian/Tedesco dictionary with a blue cover and blue backing. The title is no longer visible on spine and the book has been repaired with scotch tape.
    Depth: 0.880 inches (2.235 cm)

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    Administrative Notes

    The dictionary was donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 2008 by Irena Urdang de Tour, the daughter of Felicia and Seweryn Ehrlich vel Sluszny.
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